Innova gone – what now?!

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    KEVIN P
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    Daisy is a 3yr old, 60lb American Bulldog with digestive / stomach issues. Doc suggested the Innova Adult small bites for the nutrient density and greater surface area. Daisy has been doing well for over a year, but I just learned that it’s discontinued. I’m looking for a replacement food. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    I only have enough food for about a week, so I want to start integrating a new food ASAP.

    Thanks in advance,
    Kevin
    Long Island, NY

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    Anonymous
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    I like Nutrisca salmon and chickpea or anything by Wysong. Check Chewy.com

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    Susan
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    Hi, look at all the ingredients in Innova & try & find another kibble with the same ingredients also same fat%, protein% & fiber% cause your Daisy has stomach problems why not try “California Natural” limited ingredient Lamb & Rice or the Chicken & Rice small bites, California Natural & Innova are made by same company, so the ingredients will be sourced from the same place http://www.californianaturalpet.com/products

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    Pitlove
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    Hi just wondering where you found the info about Innova? Any news on the other ex-Natura brands?

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    KEVIN P
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    I found out from their website… innovapet.com

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    KEVIN P
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    Susan, thank you very much. I didn’t think of looking by comparing the content. I think we will try lamb since I know she likes/tolerates lamb.

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    pugmomsandy
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    For small kibbles, I’ve used Pro Pac Ultimates Grain Free Heartland and Overland Red formulas, Nutrisource Grain Free Lamb, Nutrisource small/medium breed puppy (tiny kibbles).

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